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How to Eat When Chemo Ruins Your Appetite|breast cancer chemotherapy diet plan Cancer treatments like chemotherapy can have side effects like nausea, vomiting, dry mouth, and changes in your ability to taste or smell.[1] These side effects can make it difficult for you to eat and maintain an appetite. You can get your appetite back while undergoing chemo by picking specific foods and seasonings as well as by adjusting your eating habits. You can also get professional help from a doctor or dietitian to address your lack of appetite and ensure you get the nutrients you need to stay strong during chemotherapy.
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How to Prepare for Breast Cancer Chemotherapy|what stage breast cancer requires chemo Chemotherapy is a treatment option for breast cancer. However, it comes with a multitude of side effects that take a toll on both your physical and mental health. Preparing for chemotherapy for breast cancer can help reduce your stress level by helping you understand what to expect.
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BB Ki Vines- Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign
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How to Reduce Your Gynecologic Cancer Risk|ovarian cancer odor discharge You may dread your regular gynecological exam, but it's the only screening test for cervical cancer. Unfortunately, there aren't tests for other gynecologic cancers (like vulvar, vaginal, ovarian, fallopian tube, and uterine). This makes it even more important to know your risk for these cancers and work with your doctor to reduce your risk factors.
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How to Cope with Having Chemo Brain|memory cancer After having chemotherapy, many cancer patients report feeling brain fog or cloudiness that makes it difficult to complete everyday tasks such as remembering common words, multitasking, or concentrating. This fog in thinking has many medical names including cancer treatment-related cognitive impairment or post-chemotherapy cognitive impairment.[1] It is also known simply as chemo brain. A few small adjustments to your daily life can help you handle this condition
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How to Get a Chemo Patient to Eat|protein shakes for chemo patients One of the most common side effects of chemotherapy is loss of appetite and weight loss. This may be secondary to nausea and vomiting, mouth ulcers that prevent eating or swallowing, depression, changes in taste and/or dry mouth. It is vital that a patient receiving chemotherapy remain hydrated and eat nutrient-dense foods during treatment. Scroll down to Step 1 below to help the patient stay as healthy as possible while receiving chemotherapy.
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How to Support Someone Diagnosed With Cancer|what to say to someone with cancer A cancer diagnosis is a devastating moment in someone's life. When someone you know is diagnosed with cancer, it can come as a shock. It's normal to feel very emotional, and even angry. Once you have begun to process the news, you can start thinking about how to help your friend. There are many things you can do to support someone diagnosed with cancer. You can demonstrate how much you care through your words and actions. It's a difficult situation, but you can make a big difference in your friend's life by being supportive. 1 Learn about the diagnosis. Cancer is complex, and every individual has a different case. To help your friend, you need to learn about your friend's particular type of cancer. If she's not up to talking about it, do some research on your own. You can get information from your doctor or local hospital.[9] Learn to speak the language. For example, cancer is diagnosed in stages. Find out whether your friend is Stage 1 (non-invasive) or Stage 4 (invasive and most advanced).
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How to Help Prevent Ovarian Cancer|birth control ovarian cancer Women with intact reproductive organs have two ovaries, and cancer that starts in either ovary is called ovarian cancer. While risk remains low, all women who have ovaries also have some risk for ovarian cancer, which accounts for about 3% of cancers in women.[1] There is no way to guarantee you will not get ovarian cancer, but there are ways to help prevent it. 1 Reduce your risk with your reproductive choices. Although scientists aren't sure why, you can reduce your risk for ovarian cancer by making certain choices about having children and controlling your fertility. You can reduce your risk for ovarian cancer by having at least one baby. Studies show that the more pregnancies you have, the more you can reduce your risk.[2] You can also reduce your risk by using birth control pills (containing both estrogen and progesterone) for at least five years.[3] A history of breast feeding or hysterectomy may also reduce the risk of ovarian cancer in women.
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How to Screen for Lung Cancer|cancer screening center Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among both genders in the U.S., claiming more lives than colon, prostate, ovarian and breast cancer combined.[1] People at the greatest risk for lung cancer include smokers and those who work with or around toxic chemicals, gases and irritating particles. Screening for lung cancer is important because it's much easier to treat in the early stages before spreading or metastasizing to other parts of the body. You can sort of screen / monitor yourself by understanding common symptoms, but periodically seeing your doctor for chest x-rays, sputum samples and/or CT scans is the best strategy. 1 Remember that early symptoms can be mild and vague. One of the reasons that lung cancer is so deadly is that the disease doesn't often cause noticeable symptoms during the early stages.[2] Furthermore, the mild symptoms of early stage lung cancer are often mistaken for a cold, bout of the flu, bronchitis or asthma. Common early signs of lung cancer (and most upper respiratory infections) include a mild, persistent cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, and weight loss. Signs and symptoms of lung cancer usually become noticeable once the disease is advanced, which is why it's such as deadly disease. The common cold, flu and bronchitis are viral infections that typically fade away two to three weeks, so if your symptoms persist, schedule an appointment with your doctor. 2 Be suspicious of a new cough that doesn't go away. One of the telltale symptoms of lung cancer is the development of a persistent cough that's either completely new or noticeably different than the typical dry, hacking smoker's cough.[3] In contrast to the dry and unproductive cough common with smokers, coughing up foul-smelling phlegm and even blood on occasion is not unusual with the mid-stages of lung cancer. Due to the constant coughing and slow destruction of tissue in the lungs from lung cancer, chest pain
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Doctors in Europe and in the Far East recognize the importance of lymphatic function and how it supports detoxofication and every other system in the body, including the immune, digestive, and nervous systems. Natural practitioners know that poor lymph health underlies most health conditions from poor skin to cancer. By contrast, conventional practitioners in America don’t even consider the lymphatic system until a lymph deficiency shows up such as a swollen lymph node, cancer developing in a lymph gland, or obvious signs of lymph blockage. And of course, when something does go seriously wrong with the lymphatic system, western conventional doctors typically say the ailment is incurable. This is not true. Be Careful What You Put On Your Skin When the lymphatic system becomes sluggish it will “off-gas” through the skin. When unnatural fibers (like nylon or polyester) are worn and when chemical creams and soaps are applied to the skin, toxin release through the skin is inhibited. Much of the toxic load that should have been eliminated is re-absorbed along with some of the new toxins from the chemically laden clothes and skin products. This creates a backlog of needed detoxification. A tight fitting bra and underwire bras will impede normal lymphatic flow. Make sure bras fit properly, and avoid underwires. Go braless whenever possible. Wear natural fibers, and don’t put toxic chemicals on your skin. Almost every skin care product in the skincare isles is toxic. Most “all natural” moisturizer creams, and soaps are also toxic. With few exceptions (like essential oils), when it comes to skin care products, if you can’t eat it, don’t put on your skin. This also includes sunblock, deodorant, and laundry detergents. Speaking of deodorants, they need to be all natural. Conventional deodorants, especially antiperspirants, inhibit lymph detoxification. On a side note, it’s no wonder, understanding how the body works, that antiperspirants do in fact lead to breast cancer.
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Avon Walk for Breast Cancer,a series of weekend fundraising events, will take place in eight cities from May through October 2007. *******www.avonwalk****
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Susan G. Komen for the Cure Debuts News for the Cure Health Video Segments This year, nearly 200,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed among women in the United States. In its continuing fight against the disease, Susan G. Komen for the Cure is releasing News for the Cure, a series of educational video segments about breast cancer. These segments will be shown in their entirety during a satellite feed on Tuesday, April 10th, and are a perfect fit as a weekly health segment for daily newscasts, morning shows, feature or other informational programming. Each video features a breast cancer survivors story and commentary from highly regarded medical experts in the field of breast cancer. News for the Cure is available as an entirely pre produced package with host, graphics and music in addition to a split track version easily customized with your stations look and talent.
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Susan G. Komen for the Cure Debuts ews for the Cure Health Video Segments This year, nearly 200,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed among women in the United States. In its continuing fight against the disease, Susan G. Komen for the Cure is releasing News for the Cure, a series of educational video segments about breast cancer. These segments will be shown in their entirety during a satellite feed on Tuesday, April 10th, and are a perfect fit as a weekly health segment for daily newscasts, morning shows, feature or other informational programming. Each video features a breast cancer survivors story and commentary from highly regarded medical experts in the field of breast cancer. News for the Cure is available as an entirely pre produced package with host, graphics and music in addition to a split track version easily customized with your station's look and talent.
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Susan G. Komen for the Cure Debuts News for the Cure Health Video Segments This year, nearly 200,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed among women in the United States. In its continuing fight against the disease, Susan G. Komen for the Cure is releasing News for the Cure, a series of educational video segments about breast cancer. These segments will be shown in their entirety during a satellite feed on Tuesday, April 10th, and are a perfect fit as a weekly health segment for daily newscasts, morning shows, feature or other informational programming. Each video features a breast cancer survivor's story and commentary from highly regarded medical experts in the field of breast cancer. News for the Cure is available as an entirely pre-produced package with host, graphics and music in addition to a split track version easily customized with your stations look and talent.
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Susan G. Komen for the Cure Debuts News for the Cure Health Video Segments This year, nearly 200,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed among women in the United States. In its continuing fight against the disease, Susan G. Komen for the Cure is releasing News for the Cure, a series of educational video segments about breast cancer. These segments will be shown in their entirety during a satellite feed on Tuesday, April 10th, and are a perfect fit as a weekly health segment for daily newscasts, morning shows, feature or other informational programming. Each video features a breast cancer survivors story and commentary from highly regarded medical experts in the field of breast cancer. News for the Cure is available as an entirely pre-produced package with host, graphics and music in addition to a split track version easily customized with your station's look and talent.
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